Hollywood is a great place to do business, and for the last year, a lot of movies have made the leap to the big screen, but not all are in a position to make it big.
There are plenty of movies out there, of course, but the one thing that always seems to pop up, and the one that always seemed to work for the studios, was the idea of a big, big, movie that would take the audience to a certain place and leave them with a new appreciation for what it means to be an audience member.
As the year has gone on, there have been a lot more big-budget releases, but there have also been a number of movies that have had a lot less of an impact on the conversation surrounding the medium of film than they might have had at any other time.
The following 10 movies have had some of the most significant moments in the history of cinema and their impact on a community that has come to know them as a film.
I, Tonya (2004) I,Tonya is one of the great works of the 1980s, and its still a cult classic.
The movie stars Jennifer Aniston as a working-class mom who moves into a posh neighborhood and is thrust into a world of the rich and powerful.
The film’s title is a reference to the title of an anti-war film by the same name by American author Leo Tolstoy, which was banned in Russia at the time for its violent, sexist and anti-Semitic themes.
The film was released in the U.S. as part of the Universal Classics series in 2004.
Titanic (1997) Titanica is one the most recognizable movies in the filmography of director James Cameron.
Cameron directed the first feature film of his Titanic franchise, and was the first to shoot in 3D, so the film was a hit.
The story follows the search for a sunken U.N. vessel in the Pacific and its crew of survivors.
The Titanic is one example of a film that was a box office hit, with its huge opening weekend of $75 million, and is considered one of Cameron’s greatest movies.
Sicario (2013) Sicarios, a film about a Colombian gangster, is one that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences nominated for best foreign-language film in 2014.
In this film, actor Carlos Carrasco plays a drug lord who takes over the business empire of a drug cartel.
The plot involves him stealing and murdering many people, including the wife of his son.
The title refers to the story of Sicario, the novel that is based on the crime novel by Pablo Neruda.
La La Land (2016) La La, a comedy about a suburban family, has become a cult movie in its own right.
It stars the best-known actor in Hollywood, Emma Stone, as the daughter of a single mother and the patriarch of a wealthy family.
Stone plays the father of a young woman who is struggling with the pressures of being a single parent, and in the midst of all of the chaos, she falls in love with a wealthy playboy who happens to be her mother.
The result is a film which, if you’ve ever been to a movie party and seen someone walk into a room full of people and make them laugh, then you’ll know that it’s a film of that sort.
Logan (2015) Logan is a big-screen adaptation of the bestsellers novel by Bruce Sterling.
It was nominated for a Golden Globe for best adapted screenplay, and won three Oscars.
“Logan” is based in part on the novel of the same title by David Gemmell, a British author who was the lead character in the 2007 film adaptation of “The Hunger Games” series.
A Walk to Remember (2014) In this movie, a woman named Lillian Foster, played by Jessica Chastain, is haunted by a series of horrific murders that she believes are connected to her mother’s death in the early 1990s.
The actress plays the wife to a serial killer, and she is a survivor of the killings.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2017) The film adaptation by Newt Scamander was a big success, and led to a reboot by director James Mangold, who is best known for his work on the hit TV show “The X-Files.”
The movie follows the titular wizard, Newt Scamp, as he embarks on an expedition to locate and destroy an ancient and powerful creature known as the “Fantastix.”
The movie received a lot criticism for being too dark, but its plot and character development has been praised by critics.
Beauty and the Beast (